Museums in Winchester, VA

Find museums in Winchester, VA. Listings include Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum, Patsy Cline Historic House, Winchester Tales, Shenandoah Valley Civil War Museum and Patsy Cline House. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 06/12/20
    WE ARE BACK!!! Hoist the colors and strike up the band, the Shenandoah Valley Civil War Museum has officially reopened! Our museum docent Jay Richardson, a graduate of history from George Mason Univ...
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  • 06/10/20
    Here is a 360° look around the 1840 Courtroom here at the museum. Places like this are also very signifcant relics of the past. This courtroom, with its classical and traditional design, connects us ...
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  • 06/08/20
    Sign up for Art @ Happy Hour: June today! Grab your favorite beverage and enjoy the evening discussing art that is in the MSV collection, along with sculptures of Roman gods and goddesses. Slots are...
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  • 06/06/20
    Over the past several years, MSV Collections Staff has been working diligently to better preserve and make accessible our institution’s rich LGBTQ history. Check out what Curator of Collections Nick P...
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  • 06/06/20
    Buckle Up! This is a standard U.S. Army-issue belt buckle that was recovered from the Third Winchester Battlefield. It is made from a brass plate with a lead backing and brass fasteners. Although most...
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  • 06/06/20
    While times are tough right now, we just wanted to show you some beautiful flowers to brighten your day! Don't forget that the MSV gardens are OPEN and you can see these gorgeous flowers in person t...
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  • 06/05/20
    It is time to grow your vegetables! Listen to what Youth/Family Programs Manager Curry Schiavone has to say about the history of the vegitable garden!
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  • 06/04/20
    This month, to celebrate Pride, #TravelThursday will be following the adventures of MSV benefactor Julian Wood Glass Jr. (1910-1992) and his partner R. Lee Taylor (1924-2000). During their time as a c...
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  • 06/04/20
    Checkout what Horticultuarlist Chantal Ludder found this morning in the MSV Gardens. First one of the year!
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  • 06/04/20
    A little sugar for your tea? I bet you don’t have a sugar cutter in your cabinet. Today we have sugar packets or sugar cubes but in the 1700s and early 1800s, people would clip clumps of sugar from bl...
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